The Indonesian island that has it all. This Bali getaway gives you the cultural experience of Kecak and Barong dance with the natural wonders of the beach and mountains of Pandawa, Kintamani and Ubud. Discover the magic behind ancient temples like Tirta Empul and Tanah Lot.
- 3 nights accommodation at 3 stars hotel
- Private airport return transfer
- Daily breakfast at the hotel
- 2 Lunch and 3 Dinners
- Entrance fees to activities mentioned
Arrive Ngurah Rai International Airport and meet up with local guide. Kicking off your Bali getaway off the beaten path to Pandawa beach aka the Secret Beach. Away from the crowds of tourists, take your time to enjoy the beach and even go for a swim if you like.
Later, we visit Garuda Wisnu Kencana cultural park nearby. Boasting a host of artistic masterpiece and traditional dance showcases, we are just in time for the Kecak dance. Kecak is a trance ritual accompanied by male chorus that have mesmerized its audience all over the world, and you get to watch it in its birthplace, in all its authenticity.
This morning we travel to Batubulan, a village famous for its stone scultures and also the Barong dance. Like most mythology, this is a battle between good and evil; King of Spirits named Barong, which has taken the form of a lion, fights the Queen of Demons named Rangda.
Before lunch we make some stops to look at batik, wood and silver carvings not far from Batubulan area. We then head north to Kintamani and have lunch overlooking the still active volcano Mount Batur and its lake.
Find yourself in the small village of Tampaksiring known for the temple Tirta Empul, where locals come to bathe in the holy spring water.
Travel further south towards Ubud and we spend some time at the Art Market of Sukowati. Put your bargaining skill to the test as you strategize your purchases and try not to get overwhelmed by the variety of goods on sale. From apparels, paintings, to all knick-knacks you can think of.
Your last evening in Bali calls for something memorable. How about a great spread of seafood by the beach for dinner? Sink your feet in the sand and look out to the sea as Jimbaran dish out your mouthwatering dinner across the candle lit table.
There’s a full day of exploring ahead of you. We start in the morning at one of Bali’s most beautiful temple, Taman Ayun Temple. Roam the grounds of the canal-bordered temple and admire lotus-filled ponds and ancient shrines.
In search for cooler air and scenic views, we arrive in Bedugul market or locally known as Candi Kuning fruit and vegetable market.
After lunch, we visit the temple by the lake known as Ulun Danu Bratan. With the mountainous range as its background, the temple looks as if it is floating on the lake, a picture perfect view.
Time to make some furry friends at the Alas Kedaton monkey forest. Then it’s only a half hour drive to the extremely popular Tanah Lot in time to catch the sunset. Easily the most photographed temple in Bali, and once there you will see why. The temple sits on top of a tower of rocks overlooking the ocean and is one of the most important sea temples for the Balinese.
Make the most of your final day in Bali and explore Kuta and the beach. Grab a bite, buy souvenirs or just laze on the beach to pass time. Your Bali getaway ends at the airport as we say our goodbyes.
Terms and Conditions
- Minimum 2 adults
- Bookings need to be made at least 5 working days in advance before the departure date
- For group more than 10, please contact us at [email protected]
- Beach gear; flip-flops, sunglasses, sun hat, swimming attire, goggles, and your sunscreen
- Comfortable shoes
- The currency of Indonesia is called the Indonesian Rupiah.
- There are plenty of banks/ local ATM machines that you can find around Bali Island.
- Most hotels and shops accept credit card; Mastercard and Visa
Bali’s is located very near to the equator, therefore its warm, tropical climate makes it a huge draw for tourists. Average year-round temperature stands at around 30°C.
Generally people say that Bali is pleasant all year through. Even if it rains, Bali is enjoyable. Particularly for some surfers who enjoy big waves some months during rainy season are more suitable.
There are two seasons in bali being the dry season between the month of April and September and rainy season in the month of October till March.